Wehrs Machine WM251F-2 5 Inch Dual Bearing Spring Slider, 24 Inch
24.00" Extended Length, 5.00" Spring Diameter
- Manufactured a linear ball shaft bearing instead of a bronze bushing
- Features a shaft stabilizing internal piston for the smoothest and most stable slider on the market
- The spring cup opposite the adjusting nut can be quickly removed with a clip
- Features a four position locking mechanism and a coarse thread body
- Length on this standard slider is 24” and uses a 5" OD spring
Lots of new trickery on these new dual bearing spring sliders. Wehrs uses a linear ball shaft bearing instead of bronze bushing along with a shaft stabilizing internal piston for the smoothest and most stable slider on the market. The spring cup opposite the adjusting nut is quickly removed with a clip, so you don’t have to unscrew the nut to remove the spring. Also a four position locking mechanism for fine tuning. Wehrs put a Torrington bearing on the adjuster nut so you can adjust it easily and so the spring works freely throughout its travel. The length on this standard slider is 24”. Uses 5" OD spring.
- Linear ball shaft bearing
- Shaft stabilizing internal piston
- Innovative quick clip release and Torrington bearing adjusting nut for effortless chassis adjustments
- Standard 24” length
- Fine threads
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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